Passengers travelling with ferry Tunisia will visit the northernmost country in Africa, bordered by Algeria to the west, Libya to the southeast, and the Mediterranean Sea to the north and east. Tunisia's name is derived from its capital city, Tunis. Located between the eastern end of the Atlas Mountains and the northern reaches of the Sahara desert, Tunisia features 1,300 kilometres of coastline including the African conjunction of the western and eastern parts of the Mediterranean Basin. According to The New York Times, Tunisia is "known for its golden beaches, sunny weather and affordable luxuries.”
Ferries to and from Tunisia
Ferry to Tunisia approach the port of Tunis on a daily base transferring passengers who are interested in discovering the maze-like medina quarters of Tunisia’s towns and villages and practising their haggling skills in the markets and souks. They will see ornate mosques in the cosmopolitan capital Tunis, explore the ancient ruins of Carthage, the Muslim and Jewish quarters of Jerba, and go swimming in coastal resorts outside Monastir. Before leaving the country with ferries from Tunisia, tourists might want to experience a camel ride in the Sahara desert.
How to get to Tunisia
Ferry routes Tunisia connect Italy and France with the country that features the second and third nearest points to Europe after Gibraltar. Visitors have the chance to explore the variety that Tunisia has to offer – from Saharan sands to Marina chic. They can visit Jerba, which is a little island off the south coast of Tunisia. With its pearly beaches and ancient medinas, it’s like a miniature version of the mainland. Through Tunisia ferry timetable it is possible to plan your trip to Tunisia in detail and to choose between some relaxing holidays on the best beaches of North Africa or visit a traditional Bedouin tribe in the Sahara Desert, or maybe you opt for both.